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G.Skill shows off giant 128GB DDR4 memory kit

Looking at any survey of gamers and enthusiasts shows that the most common memory configuration is 8GB. Some of you have 16GB of course and the big system buyers or heavy CG renderers may need 32GB or a little more, but we’re pretty sure almost none of you have a …

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Here’s what you need for a modern day protest

As much as many cheered on Arab Spring protests in Africa and the Middle East over the past few years, it was obvious even in less developed countries that the technological disparity between protesters and governments is widening. So what can modern day protesters do to keep themselves safe from …

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Kingston HyperX Beast 2400 MHz Black PCB Overview

Only our most eagle-eyed readers will be able to tell the difference between this latest kit of Kingston’s HyperX Beast memory and the one we reviewed back in December here. While the performance credentials of the two kits are identical, Kingston have added the option of a black PCB to …

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KitGuru visits the UK’s largest gaming festival, i46

It’s that time of year again, when gamers from across Europe flock to the International Centre in Telford to attend what has become the biggest gaming festival in the UK.  This bank holiday weekend marks the 46th iteration of Multiplay’s Insomnia series which will accommodate over 3000 gamers for five …

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MSI Mobile Worker Competition

Everyone is mobile these days. Which means that all of us have a chance to forget stuff at home or arrive at a destination where we need more stuff than we brought with us. What that ‘stuff’ is, can vary, but one thing is for sure – MSI has a …

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